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voting to make medicare a voucher program, forcing seniors to pay more for prescription drugs, and letting insurance companies deny coverage to cancer patients. senator johnson - hurting wisconsin families. nearly three weeks after hurricane matthew hit haiti; the
people in hard- hit city of jeremie are still struggling. fox 6's julie collins spoke to haitian priests who came to share their story hales corners. at st. marys sunday morning mass there were 3 special guests. they are here from haiti. here to share how their village is doing since hurricane matthew ripped through the country 'the houses without their roofs, all the trees cut off are broken, in the streets there was debris and nails everywhere.' in a small
one was spared. gone are the agricultural fields that provided a livelihood for small farmers. many areas still inaccessible. 'though relief had gone to the main city, the main spot, but the remote areas, they were not forgotten but had not yet been reached out to. so among others, st. marys was the first to reach out. it gives you that sense of brothers & sisters though they are far away.' the parishioners t corners have a 16-year relationship with the churches in jeremie and its surrounding towns. they host fundraisers and chariy drives to send aid giving their christian brothers and sisters hope. 'oh sure, of course, who in a family, a brother and sister is not happy for that? and mostly in a time of need? oh my goodness for us it well the best that we could have expected.' 'the congregation at st. marys has raised over 30-thusand dollars thus far
that, so theyve set up a gofund me page. if youd like to donate weve got that link on our website fox6now.com. reporting in hales corners, julie collins. fox 6 news.' all donations will go directly to the people in haiti - in fact some of the money is used to hire the haitians to rebuild their city. it's time for your news and weather together. three people are killed in an overnght crash near 2nd and clybourn. police say a 20-15 lexus ran a red light on 2nd street - driver with 3 passengers driving on clybourn. two people in the lexus ran off. the 3 passengers -- all women in their 30's -- died. at least two of the women are from illinois. the uber driver is expected to survive. police are searching for the men in the lexus. milwaukee police are investigating a homicide in the area of 38th and vienna. it happened just before one this morning. we're told a man in his 20's was shot inside a home.
collapsing at the intersection of 35th and vienna. that's where he died. it's still unclear what led up to the shooting. police say they are working to identify a suspect. milwaukee police are investigating an afternoon shooting near 28th and fond du lac. the call came in around 1-30. investigators are on the scene working to determine what led up to the shooting. if you have any info give police a call. weather partly cloudy tonight as the wind shifts around to t passing cold front. temperatures will fall into the 50s. partly cloudy overnight with lows in the low-to-mid 40s. mostly sunny and cooler on monday with a high in the middle 50s. rain chances return tuesday and especially wednesday, where we could pick up over 0.50" to 1.00" of rain. chilly highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. tonight: partly cloudy. low: 43 wind: nw 5-10 mph
cooler. high: 54 wind: n 5-10 mph organizers of a clean-up in the sherman park neighborhood say "it's just the beginning." our jonathon gregg show's us, a collaboration of more than a dozen groups aim to unify the "tri-block" area. pick up some trash. "we're not going anywhere and we are going to do what we got to do." walk a few more steps "we've got a lot of broken glass, that's for sure." and do it again. "we did get quite a bit of work done. we've got piles of trash all over the place." reverend dan czaplewski say's you'd be surprised how much you can accomplish. "every little bit helps, however, "every litter-bit" he's not surprised by how many people turned out for "make a difference day" in the sherman park
neighborhood . and there are a lot of good people who want it to be even better." people like dennis thekan and kiersten caine. "so this is a great way on a beautiful sunday to be able to be out in the community to smile and pick up some garbage for some people and really be christ like." and people like lacy hoffmann. "it's also a teaching opportunity for my daughter to give back to those around us." more than one hundred volunteers felt the same way, picking up sidewalk and alleys between 51st and 6oth from locust to center street. garbage. an area of the city still carrying a burden from a few nights of rioting last august. but reverend czaplewski says, consider this." "but you've got to know mt. calvary has been here 90 years. bethel bethany almost 100 years, st. catherine almost one-hundred. we're not leaving. " with a strong foundation, any community can overcome-- take a few steps, pick up some trash, "we're going to keep doing that." and make your home better than ever. we love this neighborhood too much. "in milwaukee, jonathon gregg fox6
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into your home but there are ways to stop it. fox 6s derica williams tells you how and why pests are so troublesome this time of year. spiders and creatures adorn homes for fall decorations...homeo wners want the spooky stuff outside...not in. we always see a spike of activity david kusnierek , district
making house calls this time of the year. seasonal insects like your box elder bugs, cluster flies and asian lady beetles. when the weather changes like that they migrate to homes and try to crawl in all the cracks and crevices the fluctuating autumn weather is to blame. so prevention education is key and being reinforced over the next 7 days for rodent awareness week. this is the time of year when rodents try to get into the home. we want to make people really aware before the weather gets cold to go out there on your home its recommended that you inspect your home at least once a year look for gaps in window sills and make sure weather strips are tight. a small opening just a 1/4 inch can lead to major problems. if you look at a number 2 pencil that the size they need to get into a building. if they can get their head in there their body follows right in so it doesnt take much older homes that shift and settle can be a concern along with area where
lines, gas pipes water lines those are pretty common areas where rodents can sneak in, something underneath the siding there is a gap by performing a few simple steps or having pest control do a survey will ensure critters remain outside in nature. in franklin, derica williams fox 6 news. pest experts also say you should keep firewood away from your home, because some wood may have carpenter ants which are a type of for more tips -- or to access batzner's "pest library" for help identifying and removing pests -- head to the links page of our website, fox six now dot com, or your fox six news mobile app. the packers gain ground in the division, even with the day off. and it's all because of the brotherly love shown in philadelphia. coming up, brandon cruz has the highlights from the game that ended a run at a perfect season.
russ feingold: i'm russ feingold and i approve vo: keep them working... that's senator ron johnson's plan for seniors. he supports privatizing social security and wants to raise the retirement age so seniors have to keep working until they're seventy. he also has a plan for
medicare... turn it into a voucher program and add means testing -- so seniors pay more out of pocket or are left without coverage altogether. but wisconsin seniors know that in washington, ron johnson isn't working...
" i'm dreaming right? this
couldn't be real. but it is. the chicago cubs are in the world series and this isn't a dream for the fans who have gone through a 71 year drought. you could say the curse has been lifted as they enter the fall classic. last night, the feeling was electric at wrigley field right from the start. the cubs jumped on dodgers starter clayton kershaw in the 1st when kris
scoring 5 runs off the dodgers ace in 5 innings. then in the 9th, up 5-0, aroldis chapman gets the 6-4-3 double play to end the game and clinch the pennant, sending the cubs to the world series for the first time in 71 years. for manager joe maddon, the moment was bigger than he imagined. "it's everything you think it is. but then you need time to process in the entire situation. you stand out on the platform afterwards, you look out at the ballpark and the fans and the w flags everywhere. truthfully i do think about everybody. i think about the fans and theip grandparents and their great grandparents and everything that's been going on here for a while." so the cubs will face another team that's been without a world series title for a number of years, the cleveland indians who haven't won since 1948. you can see the entire series here on fox 6, with coverage of game 1 starting tuesday night at 6:30. a week from today, the packers will be playing in atlanta against the falcons. and we might see something we
thursday, a ton of receivers on the field at once, including some lining up in the backfield like ty montgomery and randall cobb did. "it causes mismatches on defense. they don't know what to do. they don't know how many db's to put out there because, as you see, we put them in the back end and run the ball with them. so they did a great job." "we were able to spread them out a little bit, get a few more defensive backs on the field. so it made the blocking on the line a little easier having db's instead of having linebackers to block. so, that's definitely something we can do moving the vikings, trying to remain undefeated facing the eagles in philadelphia today. but it was the eagles controlling this one as josh huff sets the tone in the 2nd quarter with a 98 yard kick off return for a touchdown, add a 2 point conversion and it's 8-3. in the 3rd, carson wentz hits dorial green-beckham for the 5 yard touchdown and the vikings lose for the 1st time, 21-10. in detroit, the lions hosting washington. and it's the visitors taking a lead late in
cousins runs it in from 19 yards out and washington leads 17-13 with 1:05 left to go. but the lions answer and with 16 seconds remaining matthew stafford finds anquan boldin in the endzone for the game winning touchdown. the lions improve to 3-3 with the 20-17 win. the badgers are back in madison and fall a spot in both polls to number 11 after knocking off a tough and physical iowa team in iowa city yesterday. they did it behind a 2 quart their first touchdown came when bart houston was leading the way. he connects with troy fumagalli for the score making it 7-0 badgers. houston was 4 of 6 for 59 yards . alex hornibrook took the majority of snaps and he led them down for their next touchdown in the 3rd quarter, the big pass to quintez cephus set up corey clement's touchdown. hornibrook was 11 of 19 for 197 yards. the badgers win 17-9 and the 1-2 punch at qb was part of the plan by paul chryst. "for us to be the best team we can be we're going to need everyone in that room and then some and i thought the kids put it out there and you're always thankful
all, i think. but when he's in obviously our whole team, we want to move the ball we want to score." "the flow of the game, i guess, that's what coach chryst is thinking about. it's always next man in, next rep." sports wrap of wine production since the start of the century. and the international organization of vine and wine says extreme weather could be to blame. global wine production is expected to fall five-percent this year. the organization says, because of global warming, storms are more frequent, longer lasting and more devastating . and that all takes a toll on vineyards. however -- australia, the u-s and spain are expected to have increased production, which should offset some of the damage. fortunately -- wine producers and sellers
reserve in case of supply problems. toss to weather weather partly cloudy tonight as the wind shifts around to the northwest with a passing cold front. temperatures will fall into the 50s. partly cloudy overnight with lows in the low-to-mid 40s. monday with a high in the middle 50s. rain chances return tuesday and especially wednesday, where we could pick up over 0.50" to 1.00" of rain. chilly highs in the upper 40s to low 50s. tonight: partly cloudy. low: 43 wind: nw 5-10 mph
wind: n 5-10 mph tuesday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. am low: 37 high: 52 wind: e 5-10 mph wednesday:cloudy and windy with rain likely. am low: 46 high: 49 wind: se 10-20 mph thursday: mostly cloudy. high: 54 wind: nw 5-10 mph friday: mostly cloudy with a chance for showers. breezy. am low: 44 high: 60 wind: sw 10-20 mph saturday: mostly cloudy. am low: 47 high: 52
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proving there's no excuse not to vote. she is
100 years old -- and already cast her vote in this election. gertrude gottschalk filled out her ballot in carson city on saturday - the first day for early voting in nevada. gottschalk was born before the 19th amendment was ratified in 1920 -- the amendment giving women the right to vote. "i've always voted. my folks
always do that and so i always have. it felt wonderful, as i just said it's the first time we've had a woman president and i think it's a good idea." as you can guess-- gottschalk wasn't shy about revealing who she voted for... she cast her ballot for hillary clinton and has been an active member of the democratic party. follow breaking news 24-7 by
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